Gumma Crossing Reserve Camping Area

Waypoint: -30.70860   152.92058GPS: -30.70790  152.98291
Camping FeeMaximum 30 daysDay Rest AreaToiletsDrinking WaterShadePicnic TablesFire PlaceBBQBinMobile Phone CoverageCaravansTent SiteNo Long RigsNo PetsWalkingPhoto OpportunitySwimmingPublic Boat RampRiver Fishing
  • Campground
  • Overnight Rest Area
  • Day Rest Area
  • Boat Ramp
  • Fishing Spot
  • Camping Area
South Pacific Drive
Scotts Head NSW 2447
Tel: (02) 6568 2555

Driving Directions

Turn east into Partridge Street at Macksville Pool & Aquatic Centre, then left into Wilis Street and right into River Street.

Signs to Boultons Crossing / Gumma Reserve will then show you the way. River Street changes name to Gumma Road, go up the rise, take the second turn at Boulton's Crossing to the left.

On western bank of Warrell Creek, 8km from highway.

  • On the bank of Warrell Creek
  • Fees collected daily
  • Maximum stay 1 month in every 2
  • Boil or treat water before drinking
  • Some dirt road
  • Ranger visits 2 or 3 times per week
Gumma Reserve Camping Area is a low cost camp near Macksville on the north coast of NSW. There is a boat ramp and fishing. Flushing toilets and tank water. A nice place to visit.
After rain, which happens a lot in this part or the world, the ground can be come a bit muddy. The road is dirt for the last few km and is sometimes in need of repair.

The camp is on the bank of Warrell Creek which empties into the mouth of the Nambucca River, about 9km north of the campground.

The rules are in a state of flux, so if you have a dog, check with council. When dogs are allowed there is a charge for them per night.

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Up the Creek

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Verified by John and Jane on 3rd July, 2012